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Can you perhaps good be me the # of your private caterer?
If it was so simple I would not be posting here
Anywhere in Jerusalem would work for me. Do you have any solid advice?
Askenaz Vasikin of Boro Park Minyan
4433 18th Ave
Brooklyn, ny 11221 USA
Rabbi Chaim Zev Yoselovsky
correct name is Dovid Yehuda ben Chaika Chaya
It is amazing how no one wants to address the root cause of the problem. Support. Support. Support. When this support insanity stops there will be no more Shidduch crisis. One who is old enough to get married is old enough to support themselves.
Depends if you are male or female.
If there is a Shul policy then I agree it would depend on its policy. However many Shuls do not have an official policy. My question is in a case where I know for a fact the sign hanger does not pay the Shul for this privilege.November 6, 2011 12:41 pm at 12:41 pm in reply to: If you've read "NASI Project Responds", have you changed your mind? #847783
The reason that the Chasidim do not have this issue is because they do not expect the girl to support for years and years. If the boy is staying in learning it is a shared burden from both sides.November 3, 2011 4:52 pm at 4:52 pm in reply to: If you've read "NASI Project Responds", have you changed your mind? #847721
What irks me is that Hamodia would publish an ad from a phantom place.
The bottom line is – Why the need for a middleman who is not willing to reveal even who he is?
The Shidduch crisis would be easily resolved if
#1) (gulp) people would be more appreciative of those that attempt to Redt Shidduchim. Appreciative does not mean with money, it means saying “thank you for trying!”, and not saying “How dare you suggest this to me?”
#2) There is a reverse crisis by the Chasidim, where there are more older boys than girls. Would it be so bad if a girl from a Yeshivishe family marries a Chassidishe boy?
#3) Support for Kollel, should be equally divided by the boys and girls side.
The Nasi project is a pure Shanda. Not a single Rav is willing to say I support it openly, no one knows who runs the organization, and all they are looking for is more money from the girls. If you want to help out older singles offer outside money for those that make Shiduchim for them, don’t do a Toiva for those in need by recommending they lock up more of their money. Their response to criticism in this week’s Hamodia is pathetic, and should make anyone with a half a brain to tell them to come up with a better game plan.February 3, 2011 6:39 pm at 6:39 pm in reply to: How can we encourage more people to become active Shadchanim? #736733
As a Shadchan that has made a few Shidduchim, I am not looking to get paid if I am not successful, what I am looking for is a “thank you” if it does not work, not complaints such as “How dare you set me up with such a Shidduch”, or “What were you thinking” + Menshlichkeit such as returning phone calls in a prompt manner.
It is a continuation of the now defunct Sha’a Tovah magazine. Restarted in a more Mishpacha like format to try to be more competitive with them.
However there is only 1 blinky:)
There are many Yisachars. Think Rabbi Frand. Belzer Rebbe. Only few Zevulins. Anyone know of a Zanvil?
Has anyone ever met an Ashi, Chiya or Chisda?
You think that by DICTATING this letter you are goint to get people to change? if you are really concerned about people dictating what others should do, YOU should not dictate to them what to do, and they will learn from you. DO NOT CREATE AN UPROAR over nothing.